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How to disable EDL?

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by technics100, Jun 13, 2004.

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    [Jun 13, 2004]
    Is there any way to disable the Electronic Differental Lock?

    I have a 1996 2.6 V6
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    If it has its own fuse, you could just remove the fuse. May I ask why you want to disable it?
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    It doesn't have a fuse, i just want to see if it makes any difference to the car in 1st gear

    cheers
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    all i know is if you wield the differential your car is faster at drag racing and slower in the twisties
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    [Jun 17, 2004]
    On the ross tech site:

    "22-AWD – Purely Mechanical!
    The quattro system in these cars is purely mechanical, no electronics at all. This address is used by the Haldex system used in transverse-engine cars like the TT, the A3, and various Golf/Bora models."
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